CARES Act Georgia


Georgia has recognized remote learning as an integral part of reopening school districts across the state. Lexia stands ready to help educators, students, and administrators during this critical time as they decide how to best distribute federal ESSER and GEER funds from the CARES Act.


Quickly Implementing Remote Learning

Georgia is dedicating a significant portion of more than $400 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds toward facilitating remote learning in school districts across the state. The use of Lexia’s programs, which specialize in this area, allows the state to meet and maintain a consistent level of remote instruction across an ever-growing list of school districts.



With Georgia school districts considering a variety of remote learning options to ensure continuity of learning, the state is now seeking intentional curriculum planning that can be used if schools need to close again. Lexia’s literacy programs can be used across a variety of educational settings, providing a safe and responsible plan as districts reopen fully and assess student needs throughout the year.



Now more than ever, teachers need data-driven tools to help monitor student learning. Lexia’s proprietary Assessment Without Testing® provides periodic and actionable norm-referenced data in real time without the need to administer a test, supplementing traditional instruction by helping educators identify individual student needs.



The Get Georgia Reading initiative recognizes early literacy as a key component of long-term educational success. Lexia’s curriculum is aligned with the goals of Get Georgia Reading, allowing students to achieve reading proficiency and empowering school districts to meet the initiative’s early literacy goals.

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Thomas Brewer Elementary

Lexia® Core5® Reading has been an awersome tool to incorporate in my classroom.  It has assisted me in my persuit to have instruction specifically tailored to each of my students. It has provided me with tremendous resources to facilitate growth through personalized learning.


Transforming Georgia Schools through Personalized Learning

Over the past three years, 14 schools from the Turnaround Eligible list across four Georgia districts have transformed their instructional practices through the Personalized Learning (PL) grant. The grant is part of the state’s strategy to increase student achievement and engagement through the design and implementation of personalized learning. Participating schools in the Muscogee, Dougherty, Bibb and Savannah-Chatham districts have received resources to address the needs of each student.


Marietta City Schools

Marietta City Schools has a growing English Learner population. At over 1,600 students (20% of the district), the district’s share of students with limited English proficiency is one of the highest in the state of Georgia.


Georgia State Progress Report

Over 24,000 students in grades K-5 used the Lexia® Cores® Reading (Cores) blended learning program as recommended during the 2018/19 school year in 342 schools across Georgia. Students of all abilities made substantial progress in Cores across the year.


PowerUp Alignment to Georgia ELA Standards

Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® Alignment To English Language Arts Georgia Standards of Excellence. Grade: K—Adopted: 2015.


Core5 Reading Alignment to Georgia ELA Standards

Lexia® Core5® Reading Alignment To English Language Arts Georgia Standards of Excellence. Grade: K—Adopted: 2015.


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Continuity of Learning Checklist 2021


Guidance for Continuity of Learning for In-Person, Remote, or Hybrid Learning Models


Guidance for the 2021 CRRSA Act


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How To Develop Scalable Remote Learning Plans